RPMT 2014 cancelled; Rajasthan HC orders RPMT afresh
Amid uproar over discrepancies in RPMT 2014, the Rajasthan high court has cancelled the exam held on three days in the last week and ordered to conduct the state-level medical entrance test afresh.
The Rajasthan government had already admitted that the question papers were flawed and agreed before the court to conduct Rajasthan Pre Medical Test (RPMT) 2014 amid alleged discrepancies during the examination and evaluation stages of the exam.
The vacation judge bench of Justice M Rafiq on June 25 had reserved verdict on the petition filed by a group of students who alleged discrepancies in question paper and evaluation process.
For any doubts and queries, students can call the RPMT 2014 Exam Helpline at 011-40360360.
The court also asked the state government and exam authorities to schedule a new calendar for the Rajasthan Pre -Medical Test and complete the admission process in the state by September 30.
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RPMT 2014 discrepancies:
As many as 86 out of 1200 questions that appeared during 6 different sessions of the test were found wrong in the RPMT 2014 exam. The mistakes were revealed when Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, the exam conducting body published the RPMT 2014 answer key with the wrong answers. Adding to the confusion, the Answer Key was subsequently revised twice after further mistakes were pointed out.
The authorities had initially given a bonus of 4 marks for every wrong question. However, the decision was rolled back when students from different slots complained that their performance might be affected due to variation in the wrong questions. The bonus marks would have created a variation in the marking system as the different slots had different questions, which were wrong.
Many students had also alleged discrepancies in the percentile based results and demanded fresh evaluation of the results.
Over 40, 000 candidates appeared for RPMT 2014, which offers admission for 85% seats in each government and private medical/dental colleges of Rajasthan state.
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